Mar 5, 2012

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  1. Limbaugh: Apology to student was 'heartfelt'
    Rush Limbaugh says he was "sincere" when he apologized to Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke, adding he never believed she was a "slut" or ...
  2. Canceled credit card debts come back to haunt taxpayers
    During the recession, credit card companies wrote off billions in uncollectible debt. Now, consumers are discovering the debt is taxable.
  3. 2.9 quake hits north of San Francisco
    A magnitude-2.9 earthquake was reported about 8 miles north of San Francisco.
  4. New Mexico police find missing boy's body in hole
    Crews pulled the body of 4-year-old Samuel Jones from a 30-foot-deep hole in Carlsbad on Monday.
  5. Sandusky child sex-abuse case lacks key details
    Prosecutors acknowledge that potentially important details of Jerry Sandusky's alleged child sex-abuse crimes remain unknown.
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  1. Limbaugh: Apology to student was 'heartfelt'
    Rush Limbaugh says he was "sincere" when he apologized to Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke, adding he never believed she was a "slut" or ...
  2. 2.9 quake hits north of San Francisco
    A magnitude-2.9 earthquake was reported about 8 miles north of San Francisco.
  3. Rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose dies
    The man who helped launch Sammy Hagar's career died Saturday. He was 64.
  4. GM adds natural gas option to big pickups
    At long last, a Detroit automaker is finally waking up to the potential of natural gas -- a fuel that's clean, cheap and domestically produced. ...
  5. Are we finally seeing the old Tiger?
    You can't say that Sunday was vintage Tiger Woods. There was no "W" at the end. How far are we away from that?
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